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  1. Bballbenb's Avatar
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    Say for example the HTC trophy, how many songs can I have without the phone being laggy? Is this what most of everyone is using?
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    I don't think the phone will lag no matter how much content it has. Since the songs will not run on the background it won't affect it.
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    You can normally get about 220 songs on 1 GB of space (of course this varies depending on the length of the song)
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    I've only got 200 MB of space left out of the 16 GB on my HD7 and theres no lag at all
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    I have 4644 tracks on my Samsung Focus 39.6-gb install, and still have 8.08gb of "available storage" per the phone About screen, and 7.2 "FREE" per the Zune Phone screen -not sure nor worried about the differing opinions. ;) About 90 percent of my collection consists of 192kpps-ZunePass downloads, and I only have about 50 photos and 50 apps loaded/installed.

    I haven't noticed any "lag" as my collection has grown, but I started with >3000 tracks right after I installed the 32gb card the first week I got the phone in August.

    Disclaimer: I am not speed-Focused -pun intended; so if my apps open in 1 second instead of .5, I probably wouldn't notice. ;)
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    The OS should only render small portions of the current list of the time. That technique will eliminate the possibility of encountering lag simply because the list is too long.
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    I have 2.51Gb of music which equates to 341 songs on my titan with all the apps i need installed (including Navigon which is 2.5Gb) I still have 4.47 Gb free and get no lag whatsoever
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    It's not like with Android.
    I know with Android the more songs i had, my phone got laggy.

    I have 4,000 songs and no lag.
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    1311 songs on a Focus with a 16g card. I have a little over 6 left cause I have a lot of vids and pics. No lag at all.
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    I have 12 songs on my Trophy, and this phone is a rocket ship compared to my BB Curve 8530! :D

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